About this event:
Join Loveland artist Bob Campagna for a tour of his current exhibition and an in-depth look at photography. The tour is free and open to teens (12+).
Local artist, Bob Campagna is currently part of an exhibit at the Loveland Museum called Renascence. The “Renascence” series features 22 black and white fine-art silver gelatin photographs by Bob, which are then interpreted by artist Sylvia Eichmann as abstract intaglio prints. There is an additional “ghost” series of photos and abstract paintings, as well as a series of Native American photographs by Bob. This multi-media exhibit is fascinating and a unique study for teen artists.
Bob will be conducting a tour geared toward the teen audience of the Renascence exhibit on Thursday, February 21, from 4:30 – 5:30 pm. Admission to gallery will be free for those taking the tour. Bob has been an artist-in-residence in the Thompson School District and through Think 360 Arts, with emphasis in film and printmaking photography. Since 1982 he has taught over 435 photography workshops to more than 11,000 students.